Ian Corrigan

Ian Corrigan has been teaching, learning, singing and playing in the American Neopagan movement since 1976. Beginning by teaching ‘Witchcraft, Magic & the Occult’ for the Kent State University Free School, he has decades of experience in a variety of occult, pagan and magical topics. Having received his 3rd degree initiation in Celtic Traditional Wicca in the early 80s, Ian has led eclectic study groups, a traditional Wiccan coven and a Druid Grove.
Beginning with early study of the Western Mystery Tradition, Hermetic Qabalah and the Tarot, Ian has spent the last 20 years developing his understanding of Celtic Paganism, and the Druid’s way. He became active in Ar nDraiocht Fein in 1990, serving as ADF’s first Chief Liturgist and first elected Vice-Archdruid, and serving as Archdruid for a short time. He is an Elder of Stone Creed Grove, ADF’s oldest congregation, and the primary author and editor of ADF’s Dedicant training program. He is now a fully ordained priest in ADF’s Druidic Order.
Ian is the author of The Portal Book - Teachings & Works of Celtic Witchcraft, Sacred Fire, Holy Well - Resources for Celtic Paganism, and The Book Of The Dragon - Pagan Ceremonial Magic. Many of his lectures are available on tape. He is also a fine singer and performer, his CD ‘Once Around The Wheel’ has been in print for many years. He sings the music of the British Isles, Pagan and magical songs, and things he likes. Along with Liafail, his partner and priestess, he is part of Awen, a Pagan folk duet.

Gods and Goddesses of Pagan Eire

The lore of late Pagan and early Christian Ireland offers us one of the best views of the mythic patterns of the Pagan Celts. This talk examines the material in the Book of Invasions and other Irish source material. Starting with this scholarly foundation we will go on to examine how the Gods and Goddesses are manifesting in today’s Pagan world.

The Hub of the Wheel

Ideas toward building Neopagan mysticism. Paganism has often had to find its mysticism in other places, such as Yoga, or the Qabalah, or the Western Mysteries. The symbols of land, and the elements, the presence of the Gods and spirits, the very work of practicing magic all offer opportunities to focus our work on our own souls, in uniquely Pagan ways.

Updates

Bask in the Afterglow

Feedback Surveys

General Survey
Speaker Feedback
Entertainment Feedback

2005 Media

Photo Album
Flash Video
MP3 Audio

Features

Random Magical Name:
Wasted Space Stud

Try The Starwood Mad Lib

link: Join the Starwood Yahoo! Group

Back to Top